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Voter registration deadline midnight Tuesday

The deadline to register to vote in November's federal and state election is midnight on Tuesday.

Voters can register or update their info online, and the Pima County Recorder's Office will conduct curbside registration until 10 p.m.

"Don’t miss out on being able to exercise your right to vote in this very important election," said Recorder F. Anne Rodriguez.

How to register

If you've moved, changed your name, or want to change political parties, you must complete a new voter registration form, Rodriguez said.

You can register online in English and Spanish, or registration forms can also be hand-delivered to the Recorder's Office at 115 N. Church Ave. or 6920 E. Broadway.

Both offices will be open until 5 p.m., and staffers will conduct curbside registration until 10 p.m.

Downtown, one lane of Church Avenue in front of the old courthouse will be closed to regular traffic all day so voters can register in their cars. At the East Side office, staff will be available in the parking lot 5-10 p.m.

To register, you must be a U.S. citizen, a resident of Arizona and at least 18 years old at the time of the election.

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If you have an Arizona drivers license issued after Oct. 1, 1996, that serves as proof of citizenship under state requirements. The federal form is available from the U.S. Election Assistance Commission. Voters may register using the federal form by attesting to their citizenship without providing separate proof.

Due to the large number of registrations expected, Rodriguez suggested voters save their confirmation receipt if they register online.

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